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of american families trying to adopt children from russia are dealing with. tonight, we share a story of a maryland couple caught in the middle of a political tug of war. >> reporter: for matt and julie, waiting is excruciating. >> i pray to god every day that he'll let us bring them home. >> reporter: in september, the couple left their farm flying to russia where they spent days getting to know two 10-year-old girls they desperately hoped to an't do. >> how did it feel when you actually met the girls? >> after the first meeting, we knew these girls were for us. >> reporter: wjz has flued the girls' faces since matt and julie are still waiting to see if russia lifts the ban on american adoptions. the government announced a ban this past december leaving couples like julie and matt in limbo. >> they both deserve a loving home, and that's what we can provide. >> reporter: many believe this adoption ban is in response to a recent american law calling for sanctions against russians who commit human rights violations. on the state department advisory c
snacking one of the things americans didn't have tone during last week. >> in a remote part of russia a meteor traveled to earth and exploded. >> it carried a contrail and hit the atmosphere and exploded with the force of an atomic bomb. >> jon: on the bright side did it provide russia with a fleeting sense of warmth. [laughter] this was scary not like a solar eclipse. yeah. wasn't like a solar eclipse. no one knew it was coming. how did these russians get the footage? >> a majority was recorded purely by chance, captured by small dash mounted cameras that are the latest fad among russian car owners. >> jon: let's roll the camera again with the sound up. i'm going to learn the russian for holy (bleep) ball. [radio noise] [laughter] >> jon: the guy in the car didn't even say anything. that's more amazing than the footage itself. the guy in the car is completely unimpressed by a death rock hurling towards the city. is everyone in russian society just that jaded? >> motorists have turned to dash cams for self protection. visual proof to fend off charges from possibleibly corrupt police o
russia. like this maryland family. they had their room set up. then an international dispute between the u.s. and russia comes between the children and their adoptive parents. >>> just before 6:30. 42 degrees. but light rain. good evening, everyone. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. >>> another major storm tears through the nation's heartland. it's blamed on at least 10 deaths. and tens of thousands of people are without power. first warning weather coverage begins with randall pinkston with more. >>> snow plows and sand trucks are clearing roads in the midwest. as drivers cope with the second big storm in a week. nearly a foot of snow has fallen in kansas and missouri. northern arkansas is getting flurries. and the storm has moved into illinois. >> it's getting pretty nasty out here. through all of this slush and everything. i'm just hoping it doesn't get up to six inches of slush. >> forecasters say this snow is the dense kind. so heavy and dangerous, it reportedly sent at least eight
with the president. he sent president mori to russia last week to begin longstanding talks with russia. abe will meet later this year with vladimir putin to discuss the territories which are controlled by russia and claimed by japan. abe and obama agreed to cooperate on another source of concern. they said they'll work through the u.n. secretary council on tougher sanctions in north korea. they have urged leaders in pyongyang to stop the provocation, however, those leaders have already signalled their intentions to defy those warnings. president obama indulged the japan-u.s. alliance the central foundation for allegiance security. abe agreed it worked to their mutual benefit. >>> china's leaders were paying close attention to abe's visit, and they didn't like what they heard. a government spokesperson took issue with another statement on ownership of the senkaku islands. >> translator: no matter what excuses are made, japan can't change the fact that it illegally occupies chinese territory. >> they will urge china's leaders to address the issue correctly. she said they should be able to work to impro
point? he wasn't close to getting into the bar itself. >> take a look at what happened in russia. >> they are a hearty people not fazed by much. >> this one will shock you. >> this tree is leaning. >> notice the trash cans. >> notice this woman walking out of the building. she's going to disappear behind the cars. when she reappears, watch what happens. >> oh, boy. >> the tree falls smackdown on top of the trash can. takes a look, throws her trash away and keeps going wherever she was going. >> that's great. she just had to take out the trash. >> she fixes her hair a bit. other people come out like what happened here. >> man, totally could have died, but i threw the trash out. >> i bet the garbage guys are like who threw away the tree. >> just another day in russia. >>> placing tires in the street lead to a terrifying scene. >> whoa! >> i saw trouble coming. >> an suv comes through and hits one of these young people. >> we have the story behind the strike. and a stylish accessory that can give you wi-fi. >> it's a james bond >>> i want you to take a look at this video coming out
russia are dealing with right now. this morning jessica kartalija shares the story of a maryland couple caught in the middle of a political tug of war. >> good morning. unless a russian court has already approved the adoption there's an indefinite hold on new adoptions of russian children here in the u.s. one maryland family shares with us their heartbreaking story. >> for matt and julie, waiting is excruciating. >> i sit there and i pray to god every day that he'll let us bring them home. >> in september the carol county couple left their farm flying to russia where they spent days getting to know two 10-year-old girls they desperately hope to adopt. >> how did it feel when you actually met the girls for the first time? >> after the first meeting we knew that these girls were for us. >> wjz has blurred the girl's faces since matt and julie are waiting to see if the ban is lifted. >> they're both deserve a loving home, and that's what we can provide. >> many believe this adoption ban is in response to a recent american law calling for sanctio
of russia. looks like we does a bullet on this one, but neither is as serious plan -- to preve a big asteroid from destroying the earth. the astronauts did coming up next. you never have too much "money." even definitely have to many asteroids. ♪ ♪ melissa: all right, it is time for little fun with "spare change." thank you both for joining us. what did you think? >> i have decided i will do a job as a mentalist. i went five for mack six. i didn't see any of the films read doing better than he did. melissa: remember the acid that exploded over russia? who could forget this? now researchers are spending $350 million on a project that would shoot a rocket into an asteroid as it passes by the earth. if it is successfully the first time humans not mastered off course. to me this sounds like money well spent. i like to be protected from an asteroid, why not. >> think about it, found those asteroids hit somewhere near the earth, it could destroy a city, a town. in asteroid destroyed all the dinosaurs. absolutely. melissa: or should we get the mentalist to be back and tell us when it wi
that stuxnet has given countries like russia and china, not to mention terrorist groups and gangs of cybercriminals for hire, a textbook on how to attack key u.s. installations. >> you can download the actual source code of stuxnet now and you can repurpose it and repackage it and then, you know, point it back towards wherever it came from. >> sounds a little bit like pandora's box. >> yes. >> whoever launched this attack-- >> they opened up the box. they demonstrated the capability. they showed the ability and the desire to do so, and it's not something that can be put back. >> if somebody in the government had come to you and said, "look, we're thinking about doing this. what do you think?" what would you have told them? >> i would have strongly cautioned them against it because of the unintended consequences of releasing such a code. >> meaning that other people could use it against you? >> yes. >> or use their own version of the code. >> something similar. son of stuxnet, if you will. >> as a result, what was once abstract theory has now become a distinct possibility. if you c
their oscars. a new round of nuclear talks get therway between iran and u.s., uk, russia, china, france, and germany. american officials are attending the talks in context on -- inc. akhstan.nded -- in kaz talks likean wants this to put it on the world stage. it wants to be seen as having a lead role, especially when it comes to the control of nuclear weapons. after the collapse of the soviet gave up itshstan nuclear weapons. it wants to play the role of honest broker. it will be hard to make progress. in recent years, there have been several rounds of negotiations. little progress was made. each side comes to the table with strong demands. this group wants more access to nuclear sites for inspection. to uraniumran enrichment at five -- 5%. it is currently up to 20%. they want it to limit stockpiles of enriched uranium. iran wants the west to recognize its right of enrichment and to start to dithch the sanctions. the talks are sure to be difficult. the international community says it is bringing offers which are serious and substantial. upcoming elections to worry about. these negotiati
outguns the rebels. raining scuds on to civilians in aleppo on friday. with russia arming assad, rebel leaders threatened to boycott a team meeting with kerry later this week to protest the u.s. and europe's refusal to arm them. >> at this stage, isn't it time to revisit that policy? >> with a new secretary of state at a beginning moment of the second term of president obama, when he himself has expressed concerns about it, this moment is ripe for us to be considering what more we can do. >> reporter: as a senator, kerry said military aid should be considered. and hillary clinton and leon panetta both recommended arming and training some rebel units. but president obama rejected that proposal last year. fearing weapons would get into the hands of al qaeda supporters. but today, facing rebel pressure, kerry hinted at a policy shift. >> we are determined that the syrian opposition is not going to be dangling in the wind, wondering where the support is or if it's coming. >> reporter: before leaving london, kerry called a key opposition leader and talked him into showing up for the meeting
in the world. competitions in ireland, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands. >> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an intern
. >> scientists found the biggest fragment of a meteorite that exploded with the force of an atomic bomb in russia. it weighs almost 2 kilos and one of more than 100 bits found so far. it injured around 1500 people and damaged thousands of homes in siberia earlier this month. proof that good things come in small packages. an indian rocket put seven canadian satellites into orbit. they include two of the world's smallest telescopes. more from toronto. >> when you think of space science, you usually think big. the canadian satellites aboard aloft by this indian rocket are tiny, just 27 centimeters across, weighing less than 7 kilos each. >> we have done this before. >> back on earth, two more of the tube shape devices are getting ready for herb at the university of toronto's institute for aerospace studies. a total of six have been designed here. their task is formidable. but the manager telescopes' pointed deep into space, the satellite, data on cosmic explosions and primordial matter. >> the astronomy's -- astronomers are interested in spending big, massive stars. they tend to lead it brief and vi
? the secretary of state called the russias -- john kerry, after the north korean attack, russia wouldn't take his call for a week. i think they're trying to put us in our place. ultimately. >> neil: what is the form for handling michigan like that? like when you would deal with that or your boss, -- henry sis kin jerry. the united states is increasingly look at as somebody who is -- the iranians are doing the pushing and you have a secretary of defense coming in to try to be tough on the world stage with a diminished defense budget. we're one air craft -- >> going to get along. >> i think they got -- they are going to get along. why? because obama has his guys. first term obama took who he had to take. he had to take secretary clinton at the state department. >> neil: did he really? >> well, it bolstered his team of rivals. he needed the strength. a guy with no foreign affairs experience no military experience, defense experience, he needed to rely on them. now he is a different man. he has his own team and they see the world the same way he does. the problem ising at the -- problemes they're goi
of policy from the united states. >> from the u.s. now, there is no agreement with russia. russia is rearming assad, propping up the regime, and that was the contentious part of today's meeting. but what kerry seemed to be hinting at is that under pressure from the brits and certainly from the syrian opposition which initially said that they would not meet in rome with him in a couple of days, he called them and persuaded them saying show up, we've got something for you. this meeting will be worth your while. what he said to us is this is a right moment. it is a new secretary of state. it is a president on a second term. wait and see what happens. now -- >> you were staying that hillary clinton, leon panetta both wanted to arm the syrian rebel wrshz. >> arm some of them. >> the president vetoed it. you think he is telegraphing something. >> i think he thinks he is telegraphing something. i think he may think he has more running room than he has. we've seen that the white house really controls foreign policy more than the state department. hillary clinton didn't challenge that. she
shut down because some type of world war ii bomb shell has been found there. >>> russia drug control service made a major bust. they seized 187-kilograms of heroin that was hidden in a shipment of radishes. it was delivered to a market. the street value is estimated at $180 million. two people have been detained and two arrested in connection with the bust. >>> argo is getting negative reviews in iran. he says the film exaggerated violence. they call it an advertisement for the cia. it is banned from iranian theaters. >>> samsung is sending out invitation to an evented a radio city music call. they expect news on the galaxy s4. the larger note is proven to be also popular. >>> a young couple goes missing in peru, what the government is telling the mother of one of the bicyclists. >> back here, clear at the coast, patchy fog back tonight. highs today in the mid-60s. it will get warmer, how much warmter gets for your tuesday, i will -- warmer it gets for your tuesday, i will have the details. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ]
of russia that makes for the most contaminated nuclear site on the planet. >> wow. >> at the time of sequester, taxpayers spend $2 billion per year just maintaining the cleanup operation. then it was revealed that hundreds of gallons of high-level toxic waste have been leaking over the last several years right into the ground. eventually into the ground water and maybe the columbia river. >> you say the most contaminated site in the world behind places in russia. who's at risk? >> we have to realize that nuclear waste is a toxic witch's brew of chemicals, the most dangerous known to science. plutonium, enriched uranium, nitric acid solvents all mixed in a liquid vat. and we have 56 million gallons worth of this toxic stuff. to get this into perspective, to get your head around this imagine 80 olympic-sized swimming pools containing the most toxic substance known to science of which two olympic-size swimming pools have leaked right into the ground and eventually into the water table and, perhaps, even into people's drinking water. >> what are you going to do? >> we
, the u.s., britain, russia, france, and germany. the meeting is scheduled to begin tomorrow. iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful energy purposes only. any chance of negotiating in syria shot down after a nearly two-year civil war, the syrian regime said it's ready for talks with rebels but opposition members scoffed at the day's offer. they also said they will not participate in the meeting next month in rome with its western and arab allies upset they have not done more to help them. secretary kerry is asking them to recan consider saying their request for military and financial aid will be addressed. after three days of hiding out at his uncle's home, oscar pistorius made a brief outing today straight to a south african police station. under the terms of his bail, the olympic track star needs to check in with authorities. pistorius goes to trial in june for killing his girlfriend at his home on valentine's day. he says he thought he was shooting at an intruder. prosecutors say it was premeditated murder. meantime, pistorius' older brother is dealing with his own legal troub
of the united nations security council. the u.s., france, britain, russia, china. since last round of talks last june, iran's uranium enrichment program has expanded violating u.n. resolutions. >> iran's claiming its program is for civilian use only, energy and such things but western leaders fear iran is building a nuclear bomb. >>> canada, a group of scientists is now calling for food to be dna tested to make sure these things, products, are what they say they really are. >> now paula newton will report test willing keep horse meat from ending up in beef products and other types of food fraud. >> reporter: with all of the new food scares i bet you're wondering if there's any way to know for sure exactly what you're eating and what you're giving your family. so we've come here to canada, the university, in the biodiversity institute of ontario. chris wheeland is here. you used to be doing this for crime scenes. what we're starting with are ikea meatballs. >> all we really need is a 1 millimeter piece. >> reporter: a scrap of food, that's all it takes to screen and i.d. exactly what we're eating
to go out on the field and look for anything with an "o". we will win this for mother russia! coach, eat a snickers®. why's that, chief? you get a little loopy when you're hungry. better? better. now let's go for it! [ male announcer ] you're not you when you're hungry®. snickers® satisfies. [ male announcer ] you're not you when you're hungry®. introducing thets. lifter foundation from maybelline new york. our first lifting foundation with smoothing primer swirled inside. beyond covering helps restore smoothness, elasticity. for younger-looking skin instantly. the lifter. ♪ maybe it's maybelline >> this is a wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> so far so good, but the closer we get to the afternoon hours, it may start as rain put it may have a brief period of the sleet or snow cou. in my be cold enough for a few snow showers on thursday. >>> this is a girl giving a lesson to other girls how to curl their hair using a curling iron. >> do it like this, wrap it. >> so what not to do video, right? >> the only one who wasn't laughing at that one. her video has launched more than 2 million
, or other kinds of support? is there a way that the regime can be displaced given russia's support military and otherwise? >> i will answer your first question and let the secretary answer questions two, three, and four. why should they come and meet? because countries have been helping them and because we are precisely meeting to determine how to help assad change the calculation on the ground. i have said that he needs to be able to change his calculation. president obama has been engaged in examining the way that we may be able to contribute to that. that is the purpose of this meeting in rome. i would urge syria opposition to join us as a matter of practicality and informing us. i would say to them ahead of time that in our discussions today, in washington, which prompted us to accept this meeting with a new secretary of state that a beginning moment of the second term, president obama has expressed concerns about it. this moment is right for us to be considering what we can do. we understand that the syrian people want to see results in this conference. i would say, so do we. the best
. >> yeah. turkey was up over 20%, russia, middle east, they have done very well. over last three years invested in very specifically in invest in some countries to get ourselves better sales coverage. we also launched products that arism is aimed at some of the emerging markets. liz: anders, i have a opportunity to talk to ceo of a 2 plus billion dollar cap company based in the heartland of america. >> yeah. liz: we are just under 60 hours away from hitting the so-called sequester, 85 billion in cuts. do you think about it? are you disappointed? do you feel it is something you just plow through all of the problems of washington as a leader of american business? what do you think? >> personally i have to align my level of concerns with what i have influence over. this --. liz: that is very smart in this nation. i guess, you know, as a business leader i would expect our government to be able to provide constructive environment to resolve some bigger questions we have. and, it would seem like there would be, you know, well served to be able to do that. lead more proactively. but, with res
by russia to impose a ban as a result of the use here of rack taupe mean that is not scientifically based and is contrary to international law. our office has stated very clearly it's our expectation that russia will reverse that decision. that's another risk to the livestock industry that's manmade. now, fortunately, we got some good news yesterday as the scientific commission from oie has now indicated that the u.s. can now be considered a negligence jill risk nation for bse, and hopefully that will be confirmed this summer. and we further got good news with additional opening of markets, particularly for our beef. last month we talked about the opportunity that japan is now affording for a wider market in japan which is good news, and we've had the korean free trade agreement and the opportunities that presents. we've also seen mexico relax some of its restrictions on beef purchases and today hong kong will join that list by indicating a willingness to take all deboned beef products of any age and boned-in beef less than 30 months. so an expanding opportunity where trade barriers are c
's from russia. pardon the accent, right? this is an international study done in sweden and japan and france. so we got to bring in a german, too. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what do you think? >> i want to be 100 years old because i can't wait to see how the world changes in the next 80 years. >> ladies, thank you so much. noah, you have a great day. back to you on the curvy couch. ali, brian and steve. >> alisyn: we like the sound of it. we like the sound of it. >> steve: why not? >> brian: right. >> steve: can you hear that song? >> alisyn: in steve's head. meanwhile, it's his job to advise the government on the law. our next guest says government is making too many of these. wisconsin attorney general here to explain the consequence of a regulation nation next. >> steve: he had nothing to do to his name, but he did the right thing when a woman dropped a diamond ring. now the homeless guy is getting a big reward for his very good deed. wait 'til you hear about billy ray harris ♪ [ engine turns over ] [ male announcer ] we created the luxury crossover and kept tur
know, russia and iran have provided help. that's wrong. that's only adding to the problems and giving strength to a person who has turned on his own people. but then we need to coordinate our attentions so that we can provide the help they need and the confidence they're looking to so that they will have the necessary training not only to reclaim their country but then to rule their country in a democratic way that respects the rights of all the citizens. as the chair of the helsinki commission i pointed that out to the syrian opposition, that we want to provide the help so that they can rule their country one day. we hope sooner rather than later. in a way that respects the rights of all of its citizens, provides economic opportunity foreits -- for its citizens. that's the only you'll have a nation that respects the security of its country. that was the message we delivered and i hope that the united states will join other countries in a more concerted effort to get assad out of syria. as i said, i think he should be at the hague and held accountable for his war crimes and held accou
disasters, especially in his first meeting with russia. >> we want to reset -- >> reporter: like his predecessor infamous misspelled reset button. >> we worked hard to get the right russian word. >> you got it wrong. >> reporter: kerry's photo op of the russian foreign minister was over in a minute. they seemed eager to get down to business. but when the cameras left kerry and sergei spent two hours together nearly half of which was devoted syria. >>> let's see if anything positive emerged from that meeting. we'll stay in touch with jill dougherty. let's get back to our top story. three days left to see if those forced spending cuts, $85 billion over the next seven months go into effect. our chief political analyst has been talking to senior administration officials. is there any progress being made at all to avert those cuts between now and friday? >> sure doesn't seem so. the senior administration officials i spoke with seem completely dug in on this. they are not having meetings with the house speaker or the republican leader in the senate. they told me that they believe that poli
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